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Iran Nuclear Talks Response.

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Iran Responds to Nuclear Incentive Package

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Iran Responds to Nuclear Incentive Package

Iran Nuclear Talks Response.

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Iran formally responds to a package of incentives that world powers hope will convince the Middle Eastern country to stop enriching uranium. While diplomats are studying the response, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., John Bolton, warned that the U.N. Security Council is ready to move toward sanctions if the Iranian response is not satisfactory.

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